Intel President Renee James during the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain detailed Intel’s expanding portfolio of computing (and communications) assets for the smallest of devices to the most complex mobile networks.
The product portfolio is designed to compete in today’s mobile ecosystem and shape the next era of computing commonly known as the Internet of Things.
She introduced quite the plethora of new items during a press conference at MWC:
- 2 Intel® Atom™ processors
- an LTE-Advanced communications platform
- multiyear agreements with Lenovo, ASUS and Foxconn to expand the availability of Intel-based mobile devices
There’s been an explosion of mobile devices and online/connected services and it is clear that Intel is keen on working on bringing synergy in infrastructure for reduced costs to both make it easier for service providers achieve better customer experiences and explore and experience new services by extracting business value from the vast amounts of data. This is part of the Know Your Customer information extracted from large amounts of big data that companies normally have on their databases of customers.
“The continued growth of the mobile ecosystem depends on solving tough computing challenges — unlocking data’s potential while securely and reliably connecting billions of devices with leading edge computing and communications technologies,” said James. “Today we are announcing leading communications products as well as new computing platforms. As a result, Intel is well-positioned to shape the future of mobile computing and the Internet of Things.”
For more info, check out Intel’s MWC announcements here.